Roseville-Little Canada Review

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20
Mar

Library program will help families sort out wills, advance directives and other legal documents

Feeling confused, overwhelmed — even guilty — when you see those TV ads offering to sell you a will, power of attorney, trust or other legal documents? Think you’re too young to worry?

Tue
20
Mar

Roseville girls basketball makes run at state tournament


submitted photo • The Roseville Area High School girls basketball team after its March 8 Section 5AAAA championship win. The Raiders went on to win a first round matchup against Cretin-Durham Hall in the state tournament before falling to the Hopkins Royals on March 15.

The Roseville Area High School girls basketball team made it to the AAAA state tournament for the first time in more than a decade.

Tue
20
Mar

Roseville council sees vision plan for Rice and Larpenteur area


graphic courtesy of City of Roseville • Though redevelopment in the Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue corridor will ultimately be market-driven, the vision plan calls for completely updating and revitalizing the area.

The Roseville City Council got a look at a Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue vision plan March 12 that could help guide the redevelopment of the intersection and the corridor in years to come.

Mon
19
Mar

Service with a smile, and a lesson


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • Warrior Wake Up is the new student-run coffee shop at Henry Sibley High School, a part of the Relevant Education Approach to Learning program. When not making drinks, students do prep-work so the coffee shop is ready for business the next day. Students rotate tasks each day so they all get exposed to different jobs.

Henry Sibley coffee shop helps give students real work skills. 

 

Mon
19
Mar

After court loss, West St. Paul amends sex offender residency ordinance with little fanfare

The West St. Paul City council approved amendments to its sex offender residency ordinance at its March 12 meeting, just more than a month after a judge ruled against the legality of the ordinance.

Wed
14
Mar

Cats rescued from burning Oakdale trailer home


submitted photo • Chris Bathurst, a North St. Paul firefighter, holds one of the two cats rescued March 8 from a burning home in Oakdale’s Twenty-Nine Pines mobile home park. The cats were given first aid at the scene before being transferred to an area veterinary hospital.

Firefighters rescued two cats from a mobile home that caught fire sometime after noon March 8 in Oakdale’s Twenty-Nine Pines mobile home park. 

Wed
14
Mar

School threat leads deputies to stockpile of weapons


Chris Stowe

A boy’s threats against his classmates at a Maplewood school led police to a weapons cache at his home, resulting in the arrest of his parents.

Wed
14
Mar

Possible funding found for Highway 36/Century Avenue intersection upgrades


courtesy of Google Maps • North St. Paul is seeking Minnesota Department of Transportation funding to rework the intersection of Highway 36 and Century Avenue, which is the only remaining signaled intersection on the highway within the Interstate 694 loop. There is no timeline in place for the project, but that could change if MnDOT funding comes through.

Upgrades to the Highway 36 and Century Avenue intersection are in the running to receive funding from the Minnesota Department of Transportation. 

Tue
13
Mar

U of M researchers studying Lowry Grove closure


file photo • The Lowry Grove manufactured housing park in St. Anthony was closed last year for redevelopment, displacing the hundreds of people who lived there. Now, a University of Minnesota researcher is working to document what happened to them.

University of Minnesota researchers are working on a study about the impact of the Lowry Grove manufactured housing park’s sale and closure on displaced residents.  

Tue
13
Mar

Gun scare in Falcon Heights ends peacefully


screenshot • Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy Sam Loe responded to apartments at 1550 Larpenteur Ave. in Falcon Heights Feb. 23 on a weapons call, and eventually arrested a 14-year-old boy who’d been playing with a replica sniper rifle. The incident prompted community discussion about policing.

Continues community discussion of policing.

 

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